This webinar will discuss reviewing clinical trial agreements and some of the nuances involved with these specific contracts. The clinical trial agreement, or CTA, is the binding document that spells out all of the legal and payment requirements that will apply to your relationship with the trial sponsor for this study. It is imperative to be sure all of the fine details are reviewed and any site-specific requirements are included. This webinar will share best practices to do just that.
The Form 1572 is one of the most important documents in the clinical trial process. It serves as the one place for the most important information pertaining to the site conducting the study – PI names, study locations, lab information, IRB of record. This webinar will discuss the Form 1572 in detail to better inform research personnel and investigators.
As research industry professionals we need to understand why patients decide to participate in clinical trials. This insight will help shape our conversations with prospective participants, determine where we market future clinical trials and help us better relate to current research patients. This webinar will share statistics around why and how patients decide to participate in clinical trials.
The FDA regularly visits healthcare organizations conducting research on human subjects to ensure the safety of the patients and the accuracy of the data collected. Learn more about what happens during an FDA audit including typical triggers of the visit, what documents will be reviewed during the event and best practices to prepare before an audit occurs.
The site selection visit gives trial sponsors the opportunity to get to know your research program and determine if it is the right fit for their trial. This webinar will share tips for before, during and after the visit to allow your research program to put its best foot forward and showcase your capabilities.
These days the internet is our primary source of information and with this in mind, it is important the research program has a strong presence on the organization’s website. This webinar will share tips and examples of what to include on the webpage, how to reach the three key audiences, and can be used to educate the marketing or website team about the importance of the research webpage.
Developing or growing a research program requires engaged physicians who are excited and involved. Compensating physicians for their time and effort associated with research can help in this effort. But what is equitable and fair? This webinar will discuss important regulations to keep in mind and provide guidance for developing a compensation model.
And it can get complicated. Understanding what those differences are, ways to prevent billing compliance headaches, and assuring a streamlined approach for fund allocation are critical factors in managing research finances. This webinar demonstrates differences in how billing is handled and provides tips on the types of tools that can have a positive impact on compliance.
A clinical trials program should be run like a business and that approach begins with solid finances. Each new trial requires careful analysis to build and negotiate a budget that covers the needs of the hospital and is acceptable for the trial sponsor. This webinar will share five common budgeting mistakes and how to avoid them. Be more knowledgeable and better prepared for the next trial budget you negotiate.
Pharmaceutical and device companies are now required to report any payments to hospitals and physicians. That includes any payments for clinical research activity. This webinar answers questions about what information is reported and provides suggestions on how to be compliant with this new law.
External IRBs can bring efficiencies to a community hospital’s clinical research program but how does a hospital decide to use an external IRB instead of an internal IRB and how do responsibilities shift when the choice is made? This webinar answers those questions and more to help prepare a hospital’s research program for the shift to working with an external IRB.
A clinical research program introduces many benefits to a hospital and its physicians, patients and community but to be successful, a solid structure accompanied by organizational support must be in place. This webinar provides an overview of the benefits hospitals can expect by engaging in research and describes elements of the decision making process hospital leaders should go through to determine if such an effort would be a good fit.
What is a Note to File and how are they used in clinical trial management? This webinar explains the Note to File, the important information provided in an NTF and best practices for remaining compliant when using NTFs.
Marketing clinical trials is critical to the success of a trial—potential participants must know about a study to get involved. But this marketing is very different than typical hospital marketing and must follow specific rules and regulations to remain compliant. This webinar explains the dos and don’ts of clinical research marketing and the various ways to market individual clinical trials.
Clinical research programs with more than a handful of clinical trials likely feel buried in paper. Introducing an electronic document management system brings many benefits to the program such as increased compliance, increased patient safety, ease of use by monitors and savings in time, space and resources. This webinar discusses choosing an electronic document system, the implementation process and the significant efficiencies an eDoc system introduces.
A solid pipeline of clinical trials is the lifeblood of a research program. But what does it take to get the most preferred trials? This webinar explains each step of the process to secure a clinical trial while providing suggestions and tools for a successful effort.
When explaining clinical trials in general or specifics about a particular study it is critical to employ good communication skills. This webinar provides tips and guidelines to help ensure your discussion with potential trial participants is clear and informative. Because patients who are fully informed on what to expect throughout the trial are more likely to consider participating, good communication is key to enrollment.
A clinical trial management system can introduce efficiencies, improve financial management and ensure your research program remains compliant. But with several systems on the market, how do you choose the right one for you? This webinar introduces you to clinical trial management systems and gives suggestions on how to determine which system is the best fit for your hospital.
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